The State of Oregon provides tax credits for the production, collection and transportation of biomass that is used for energy production. To be eligible for this credit, an applicant must be an agricultural producer or biomass collector and the biomass material must be sourced from within Oregon. In addition, the biomass must be used as biofuel or to produce biofuel in Oregon
You can get a credit on your Oregon income taxes for making your home more energy-efficient and helping preserve Oregon's environment.
Click here for a list of the energy efficient products/technologies that are eligible for a tax credit.
The Oregon Department of Energy administers the State Home Oil Weatherization (SHOW) Program, which serves Oregon households that heat with oil, propane, kerosene, butane, or wood. SHOW-eligible homeowners can conduct their own energy audit and apply for cash rebates for installed weatherization and heating measures.
ODOE awards grants rather than tax credits for qualifying renewable energy projects. ODOE and Oregon Department of Revenue fund the grants through an annual auction of tax credits. The state caps this program at $3 million (if generated from the auction) but grant awards cannot exceed auction proceeds.
Read more about the Renewable Energy Development Grants.
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